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how difficult would it be to get a reagent for gold production
I never had any trouble ordering kilogram quantity's of cyanide for the isolation of gold from elect ...
4-8-2011 at 05:59
by: NERV
Pretty Pictures (1)
Very sexy palladium shot, worthy of a lab pin-up :D.

The copper mirror is quite sexy too.

Fi ...
13-10-2010 at 15:38
by: NERV
Steel retort design for making Na metal for review
Well for one thing black steel is a lot cheaper than stainless, and plating it with Ni took me only ...
17-9-2010 at 06:59
by: NERV
Steel retort design for making Na metal for review
It probably would be, but K2CO3 is not nearly as available to me as KOH. And the reaction isn't that ...
16-9-2010 at 17:17
by: NERV
Steel retort design for making Na metal for review
Awesome its nice to see another person who is on the side of non-electrochemical alkali metal produc ...
16-9-2010 at 13:32
by: NERV
4-methoxyphenol purification
The product came over at 185-186'C there was really no crystallization in the condenser at all I kep ...
3-9-2008 at 16:36
by: NERV
4-methoxyphenol purification
I recently did this synthesis and followed the method recommended by Klute. After the completion of ...
3-9-2008 at 15:17
by: NERV
DCM or Et2O?
Having similar issues with my workspace being located next to a gas powered water heater I tend to s ...
31-8-2008 at 03:45
by: NERV
Solvent Stills
Yes you can store the DCM over P2O5 without any discoloration of your solvent. The reason there is d ...
12-7-2008 at 16:22
by: NERV
Solvent Stills
Considering the cost of waste disposal, and purchasing new solvents I have always been the type to r ...
12-7-2008 at 10:07
by: NERV
Tour My Lab
Domaani you have an very beautiful lab!!! Looks like you keep busy with all that glass. Very nice Bu ...
22-6-2008 at 07:40
by: NERV
The Platinum Mirror
Yes do try to keep the wires as long is possible. If they are already long enough in the original el ...
22-6-2008 at 02:29
by: NERV
The Platinum Mirror
I did indeed mean measuring electrodes, although I have used them as workhorse electrodes in chlorat ...
19-6-2008 at 13:58
by: NERV
The Platinum Mirror
My buyer is very generous so I can usually get close to spot price on the refined metal. Yes I do re ...
19-6-2008 at 13:01
by: NERV
The Platinum Mirror
Melting into ingots is actually quite difficult which is why we melt them into buttons. Essentially ...
19-6-2008 at 12:37
by: NERV
The Platinum Mirror
[quote][i]Originally posted by Klute[/i]
beautifull, NERV. Must have been a hard decision to scrap ...
19-6-2008 at 12:16
by: NERV
The Platinum Mirror
As many here know, silver is not the only metal that will form a mirror if the conditions are right. ...
15-6-2008 at 17:58
by: NERV
Functionalization of silica gel without silanes, solid supported TEMPO catalysts?
[quote][i]Originally posted by Klute[/i]
Oh My! I'm so jealous of that chlorosulfonic acid! :) [/qu ...
25-5-2008 at 03:47
by: NERV
Getting there......
I don’t have a lot of experience with silane chemistry, but I do have the necessary reagents to ti ...
23-5-2008 at 17:40
by: NERV
Homebuilt re-circulating chiller pump
[quote][i]Originally posted by S.C. Wack[/i]
Something missing here is what sort of scale we are ta ...
4-5-2008 at 23:47
by: NERV
Homebuilt re-circulating chiller pump
Using compressed CO2 to cool something down is a definite possibility, but that is more like constru ...
4-5-2008 at 22:11
by: NERV
Homebuilt re-circulating chiller pump
A radiator could possibly work so long as the area that you live in is either really cold or mild we ...
4-5-2008 at 08:48
by: NERV
Homebuilt re-circulating chiller pump
[quote][i]Originally posted by leu[/i]
[quote]This is a relatively simple project, but I have never ...
4-5-2008 at 04:48
by: NERV
What's your job?
Currently I am a Chemical engineering undergraduate, and I was for a few years until recently workin ...
4-5-2008 at 01:21
by: NERV
Homebuilt re-circulating chiller pump
[quote][i]Originally posted by evil_lurker[/i]
Get a small window A/C unit, yank off the front cove ...
3-5-2008 at 12:30
by: NERV
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